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Old   May 15, 2001, 09:53
Default Heat transfer coefficient & velocity
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I do not have a heat transfer text book, hence I am asking this question here. My problem is this. Air is flowing inside a pipe with an average velocity say V, with some temperature distribution across the cross section. What is the equation for heat transfer coefficient (i.e., relationship between h, v, dt/dy)? Thanx for your reply.
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